Garoppolo is tied for NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock's fifth-best quarterback in the upcoming draft but has seen his stock rise steadily since a good outing at the Senior Bowl. Most consider the 6-foot-2, 226-pounder a second-day lock, but there's an outside shot a team (perhaps the Browns at No. 26 overall) takes a flyer on him in the first.
Cleveland will eventually see just about every top quarterback prospect as the team looks to bring in some competition for incumbent Brian Hoyer. While the front office has not taken the opportunity to attend many quarterback pro days, it has been active in putting the players through their paces in more intimate settings.
Garoppolo threw for 5,050 yards last season while posting a 53-9 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Scouts are particularly enamored with his quick release and NFL size.